The exhibition foregrounds the remarkable synergy between The Larkin Company and Frank Lloyd Wright, the period’s two most disruptive forces in their respective fields. Wright’s commission to design the Larkin Company Administration Building of 1906 showed how utopian Arts and Crafts ideals and technological advance could come together in ways that significantly changed modern industry. … ContinuedFind out more »
Wright, Roycroft, Stickley & Rohlfs
Defining the Buffalo School Arts & Crafts Aesthetic
On View Friday, June 9, 5:30 pm–Sunday, November 26, 2017 5 pm
Margaret L. Wendt Gallery R. William Doolittle Gallery
The late-19th and early 20th centuries were times of remarkable growth and change in the US, and there are few places where the aesthetic implications are as evident as in Buffalo, New York – then the eighth-largest city in the United States and a burgeoning center for industry, finance and shipping....Find out more »
Come to the Roycroft Campus and stroll the grounds taking in all the wonderful handmade artwork at the outdoor booths or in the Copper Shop, enjoy a variety of food and drinks, or sit back and take in some entertainment.
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